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1904 - Sheffield & Rotherham Red Book and Almanack

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All pages now posted, there should be plenty in here post and discuss

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RichardB

Very fine work, Thank you Stuart from us all.

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Guest suzy

Very fine work, Thank you Stuart from us all.

Here, here - great job Stuart. I am going to sit down with a cuppa or maybe a g & t (if its later today!) and read through this. Having scanned it quickly, its interesting to see that a mop of hair and good teeth were just as important in 1904 lol

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